WHO’S IN IT?
Jenny Seagrove (The Guardian), Julian Kostov (Code Red), Ronan Keating (Goddess), John Hannah (Four Weddings and a Funeral), Amanda Abbington (The All Together), Peter Wight (Hot Fuzz), Susan Hampshire (The Three Lives of Thomasina), Jonathan Harden (The Invisible Woman)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Christopher Menaul (Summer in February), director; Jenny Lecoat (Sometime, Never), writer; Bill Kenwright (Chéri), producer; Mario Grigorov (The Paperboy), composer; Sam Care (In Our Name), cinematographer; Mark Trend (Burn Burn Burn), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
During the Nazi occupation of the Channel Islands, middle-aged Jersey woman Louisa Gould (Seagrove) takes in an escaped Russian POW who goes by the name Bill (Kostov), and hides him during the course of the war. As tensions rise between the island’s occupants and the ruthless Nazi officers, Louisa does whatever she can to protect this young man from harm…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Based on an uplifting wartime story of courage amidst adversity, the true tale of Louisa Gould’s brave crusade to protect a young Russian POW is now lovingly documented in this heartfelt and inspirational film.